Video: MS Dhoni takes Sushant to a house where he celebrated 2011 World Cup win!
Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s recently released biographical film, ‘M.S. Dhoni – The Untold Story’ is making waves at the Box Office. Looking at fans’ overwhelming response, it is safe to say that the much-anticipated movie has fully justified all the hype and buzz surrounding it before its release. The movie has left behind the likes of Fan, Baaghi in terms of collections after only six days and one of the biggest reasons for the immense success of the movie is Sushant Singh Rajput’s phenomenal acting in the biopic.
The actor, who is playing Dhoni’s character in the movie, has been receiving huge accolades for his portrayal of India’s most decorated skipper. His spot on acting, matching Dhoni’ mannerisms and batting style has left everyone awestruck. Even Dhoni was very much impressed with his acting and lauded him for the same.
Well, it is very well known that the actor had done a lot of hard work to play the character and spent a lot of time with the Indian skipper to get under the skin of the role. And now it seems that both have developed a strong friendship after spending so much time together. Both have seen enjoying each other’s company and Dhoni has given one more proof of his growing friendship with the actor. The Indian cricketer took the actor to the house where he celebrated the World Cup final win over Sri Lanka in 2011.
Meanwhile, the actor has still not watched the movie and has also asked his family to not watch the flick. As quoted in Hindustan Times, he said: “It’s true I’ve stopped my family from watching the film. I’ll go to Delhi this week and watch it with them. They are very annoyed because everyone is talking to them about ‘Dhoni’ and they are yet to see it.”
Talking about the movie’s huge success, he said: “Oh,it’s because of Dhoni’s popularity and director Neeraj Pandey’s magic touch. When emotions resonate, it’s an incredible feeling. It is the best reward for an actor, much more than any box office numbers.”
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